Questions about RSS feeds?
If you click on an RSS feed link and see a page of XML, you may need to install a feed reader. Certain browsers, such as Chrome, don't parse the RSS feed in the same way that others (such as Firefox) do. We recommend that Chrome users install a feed reader, whether through their email client or a browser extension (such as Feedly or Feed Reader) to parse the feed. To subscribe to a feed, add the URL of the RSS feed to your reader.
Make the Most of the Website
We've added numerous new features and functionality to this site. To make sure that you’re getting the most out of it, we wanted to share some tips and tricks:
|Bookmark pages throughout the site for future reading or quick reference — just click the bookmark icon at the top of your screen|
|View inspiring success stories from peer organizations|
|See your notifications from groups and forums|
|Control which web and email notifications you receive by clicking on the Notifications tab under My Settings|
|View recent videos and the latest learning resources|
|Access documentation by product|
|Direct message with other users|
When viewing your notifications, you can easily mark them as read by hovering until you see the "mark as read" checkmark.
Finally, we recommend taking a look at your bookmarks to see if any of them need updating to new URLs.
Questions? Please feel free to get in touch.